SUMMER OF SUSTAINABILITY: 3 Beachwear Brands You Need To Know This Summer
As we’re all making an effort to become more sustainable in our daily lives, beachwear should be no different. When shopping for sustainable beachwear, consider the company’s sustainability policies, the materials and packaging they use, their sourcing efforts as well as any contributions to charitable causes. The good news? There are plenty of sustainably chic beachwear options that will make you look good and feel good.
Check out these 3 sustainable beachwear brands to include in your summer wardrobe
Designed and sustainably produced in the US, Vitamin A’s beachwear line is fun, breezy, and the quintessential Californian chic. The label incorporates the use of EcoLux™, a premium swimwear fabric made from recycled nylon fibers, and other high-performance, sustainable materials like linen, organic and recycled cotton. Vitamin A is also committed to using only packaging that is fully biodegradable and to pledging a portion of its sales to support charitable organisations that protect the oceans.
Luxury beachwear line Lula Ru believes that the best sustainable practice is to make swimwear that lasts. Therefore, Lula Ru commits to only using eco-conscious fabric and manufactures their beachwear using Eurojersey. This company audits every stage of the fabric production cycle in order to reduce waste and water, energy, and chemical usage. Excess waste in the production process is also reduced by making other products like beach scrunchies, and all packaging used is recyclable.
Paper London’s chic swimwear is made from Econyl, a synthetic Nylon material made from recycled ocean waste products. The sustainable swimwear line offers a vast variety that includes one-pieces, high-rise bikini bottoms, fun prints, and more. Designed to flatter all body shapes, Paper London is a great place to shop for your summer essentials.